Plant Disease

All related to plant pathology control and management

Adjuvants and the Power of the Spray Droplet

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Why does a pesticide work well one time and not so well the next when everything seems the same? Variable weather could play a role. Or the pest could be less susceptible to the active ingredient. At other times, an inconsistent pesticide performance seems inexplicable.

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Fred Whitford
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Gregory Lindner
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Bryan Young
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Donald Penner
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Jason Deveau
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Douglas Linscott
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Heping Zhu
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Richard Zollinger
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Eric Spandl
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Bill Johnson
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Kiersten Wise
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Aaron Patton
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Chuck Champion
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Nick Harre
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Norman Wagoner
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Kevin Leigh Smith
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Purdue University
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2,014

Guidelines for Stadium Application to Potato Tubers

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Willie Kirk
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David Ross
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Phillip Wharton
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Nora Olsen
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Michigan State University
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2,014

Introduction to Coffee Management through Discovery Learning

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An integrated pest management (IPM) system, or an integrated crop management (ICM) system can never be a prescriptive, ‘off the shelf’ package. A grower must look at all the options available to him or her and make an informed decision as to which measures to take. Because each farmer’s situation is different, the types of IPM measures they implement may vary between regions and often even from farm to farm.

Authors: 
Martin Kimani
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Tony Little
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Janny G.M. Vos
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CABI Bioscience
Year: 
2,002

Anthracnose in olives: symptoms, disease cycle and management

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V. Sergeeva
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Proceedings of 4th International Conference Olivebioteq
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2,012

Composite Effect of Propolis and Gum Arabic to Control Postharvest Anthracnose and Maintain Quality of Papaya during Storage

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Authors: 
Asgar Ali
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Chen Khan Cheong
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Noosheen Zahid
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International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
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2,014

Review. Elimination of viruses in plants: twenty years of progress

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A. Panattoni
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A. Luvisi
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E. Triolo
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Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research
Year: 
2,013

Controlling African Cassava Mosaic Disease

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African cassava mosaic disease (ACMD) is caused by a virus and, as its name implies, appears to be confined to Africa. A similar disease caused by a closely related virus occurs in India, but the virus which causes the disease known as cassava common mosaic disease, found in South America, belongs to a different group. It follows, therefore, that the original cassava introductions into Africa were free of the disease and were invaded by a virus present in some other host or hosts whose identity has yet to be established.

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John Guthrie
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CTA

Manual del cultivo de la cebolla: enfermedades

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Capítulo de enfermedades del Manual del Cultivo de la Cebolla.  Los tópicos cubiertos par cada enfermedad son: agente causal, síntomas, condiciones predisponentes, sobrevivencia, diseminación, penetración y control.
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Authors: 
Marta Gatica
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Enrique Oriolani
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INTA, Argentina
Year: 
1,997

Adjusting Spray Programs to Suppress Fruit Russet and Minimize Phytotoxicity Risks for Apples

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Authors: 
David A. Rosenberger
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New York Fruit Quarterly
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2,014

Tendrils as a source of seasonal carryover of Botrytis cinerea in vineyards

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Authors: 
D.C. Mundy
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S.R. Haycock
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A.R.G. McLachlan
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P.N. Wood
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V. Raw
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New Zealand Plant Protection
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2,012
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